There are many accessible projects (involving mathematics, scientific computing, experimental mathematics, software development, etc.) which undergraduates can work on. If you would like more information, please contact me at richard.low@sjsu.edu

Current projects underway (2019):

R.M. Low and N. Phan, The Pegasus problem.

R.M. Low and A. Kapbasov, Edge deletion games on graphs.

Here are some papers, co-authored with students who worked on past projects:

Duong, A. and Low, R.M., Analyzing the “Subset Takeaway” game: an algorithmic approach. — in preparation.

Stavrou, S.G., Low, R.M. and Hernandez, N.J., Corrigendum to “Rank classification of 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 tensors over F_{2}”. *Linear Multilinear Algebra. ***66 **(2018), no. 3, 514-515.

Low, R.M. and Kapbasov, A., Non-attacking bishop and king positions on regular and cylindrical chessboards. *J. Integer Seq. ***20** (2017), no. 6, Art. 17.6.1, 26 pp.

Stavrou, S.G., Low, R.M. and Hernandez, N.J., Rank classification of 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 tensors over F_{2}. *Linear Multilinear Algebra. ***64 **(2016), no. 11, 2297-2312.

Kanungo, S. and Low, R.M., Further analysis on the “king and rook vs. king on a quarter-infinite board” problem. *Integers. ***7 **(2007), #G9, 7pp. (electronic).